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RE: Intellitec Battery Disconnect Relay

The fix was replacing the Intellitec relay. I opened the old unit and found the copper washer well scored around its edges and areas where it would stick rather than move up and down via return spring pressure. Thanks for all your help.
Lt46 12/27/21 06:10am Tech Issues
RE: Intellitec Battery Disconnect Relay

Thanks guys! Great answers and I'll check everything over closely. Should I need to replace, it is good to see the cost is relatively cheap.
Lt46 12/19/21 09:03am Tech Issues
Intellitec Battery Disconnect Relay

I'm troubleshooting this relay on my motorhome and I'm just not getting anywhere. While in storage I use this device all the time. On my monthly startups and genset exercise, I engage the relay from my dash switch and hear the typical "click" associated with energizing the relay. 12 volt power is present and I start the engine and genset. All is well until it comes time to shut things down. The process I follow is engine off, genset off and relay off. However, the disengagement of the relay is requiring more and more button pushing. To engage takes one push of the button, but to disengage requires many, many pushes and if lucky it will disengage. Is this a signal of a failing relay? Any discussion is welcomed. Thanks
Lt46 12/18/21 11:36am Tech Issues
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

As a casual observer, I can appreciate using scrap wood where possible. But, has your frugalness caused you to lose sight of the application? My thought is marine grade plywood would have been a much better choice considering where it's going to live. The bath is a very wet and humid environment.
Lt46 12/01/21 05:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Engine idle surges up and down when stopping at lights

You don't have a MAF sensor, rather, a MAP sensor. When my 97/460 did the stall at lights I first cleaned and then ultimately replace the IAC which solved my problem.
Lt46 04/17/21 08:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Yes. An LED fixture directly over the work area would be a big improvement IMHO.
Lt46 04/11/21 10:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

For what it's worth, I pulled my 1141's out of my ceiling lights and replaced with LED.....not very happy and will probably go back to 1141's. LED's are bright at the fixture but the brightness diminishes not too far from the fixture. For example, when the ceiling light is "on" and I'm at the sink washing dishes, the sink is dark because my body blocks the light and the brightness does not project as far as I like. If that makes any sense.
Lt46 04/10/21 08:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oil fill question

After my 1st oil change, I switched back to 1qt jugs. They're much more manageable.
Lt46 04/02/21 04:02pm Class A Motorhomes
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